2014 Hi-Top Ram Promaster 3500 [Price Reduced] Size: 159-inch wheelbase 9-feet 6-inches total height (including roof rack) Build Queen bed (roughly) Pullout A/C unit (runs on 110v ac from shore power or generator) Hand pump sink/faucet with 2 6-gallon holding tanks Kitchen cabinets with folding counter extension Bottom cabinet designed to fit a large cooler or 12v fridge Under bed drawers Full height closet with hanging rack Swivel seat bases (driver and passenger) 105 Amp-hour Duracell AGM Deep Cycle Battery Blue Sea SI-ACR (Automatic Charging Relay) - Charges house battery while driving AC and DC outlets (USB and standard) Dimmable ceiling lights Maxxair Vent Fan Cassette toilet Freedman Seating Fold-Away Seat with integrated seat belts Vinyl flooring Plank ceiling Insulated walls, floor, ceiling (foam board) Tilt out window (with screen) in sliding door (can leave open in rain) After market cruise control (Rostra) Tow package Trailer wiring with Tekonsha Voyager trailer brake controller New stereo - Alpine touchscreen receiver - 2 Alpine 6x9 speakers - Sound Ordnance low profile subwoofer Adrian Steel, Loadsrite Ladder Rack - I've used it for surfboards, SUP, and a kayak - Tilts down so you don't have to climb on the roof to use it Reflectix window covers New tires Good: The pull out A/C unit is a really nice feature. It runs on a regular 110v ac power so you can plug it into any standard outlet. I've also run it off of a small Rainier generator with no problems. The ladder rack is super cool. The tilt-down on the passenger side is awesome, and you can use it even with the sliding door open. (I've even loaded a kayak on top.) The other half of the rack has plenty of available space for solar panels or whatever you may want to use it for. The other great feature is the Foldaway seat. Additional seating while driving, and it folds out of the way when you get to camp. Bad: There are a few dents and dings. It's missing the little fuel door. The sliding door doesn't unlock when using the key fob. Maintenance: Heater actuator replaced Intermediate shaft replaced Transmission flywheel replaced Carfax report available upon request. Closing points: This campervan is perfect for the weekend warrior with a family. That's what I built it for. As anyone with a family knows, flexibility is key. The foldaway seat is perfect for taking the kids along with you, and then it folds out of the way so that you get back the space. The stove and toilet are portable, and the A/C unit can be removed in the winter if you want. Tons of storage accessible from the front as well as in the 'garage' under the bed. I could also potentially be persuaded to include a bike/cargo rack that goes on the tow hitch, and the quiet Rainier generator if needed. Asking $40,000. Price and included accessories are negotiable.
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